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'He was doing what jaguars do': Zoo officials give update on jaguar escape
Officials at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans gave a press conference about the escape of a 3-year-old male jaguar from its enclosure on July 14. It killed six other animals before it was sedated and returned to its enclosure.
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